Hostel The Globe Center is located close to the Red Light District and overlooks two of the most famous historic canals in de Wallen, the oldest part of Amsterdam city. Its only three minutes walk from Centraal Station and less than 10 minutes walk from all of the major tourist attraction points, such as Dam Square, Flower Market, Shopping Streets, Rembrandt Square, the Red Light District and various coffee shops in the Centrum area. However, the Globe enjoys its quiet and easy neighbourhood while it is situated some distance away from the major tourist traffic.
The hotel has 20 clean and pleasant private rooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom and shower room. It has triple, quadruple, and up to eight-bed group en-suites available. Besides this, we have the largest collection of shared dorms here in Amsterdam. We have dorms suitable for from four persons up to 20 persons! Linens are included on all beds, but free towels (with limited numbers) are distributed upon request at reception. We also have free wireless connection available in the lobby area.
The Globe is also best known for its sports bar, which is the biggest in the Red Light District and is open up to 3 o'clock in the morning (or 5am in the weekend). You can view all major sport events (like the Premier League, European League, Super Bowl, N.F.L., N.B.A., etc.) across nine TVs and two big screens. There are also two pool tables and one darts board for any exciting moments. In the bar, not only English or American breakfast is served, but also delicious lunch or dinner for you to order. Hostel guests get a 20% discount on the food menu upon presentation of the hostel entre card. Also, there are Happy Hours running Sunday to Thursday in the bar - you and your friends can enjoy our offer of buying one Heineken draft and getting another one free during these happy hours!
Amsterdam is such a great place to have fun. So, on behalf of our friendly staff, we hope to welcome you to our hotel. Well do our best to make your stay a unique and pleasant one!
Please note that we do not permit guests under 16 years of age in the shared dorms.
Please read our Things to Note below before making a booking.
By law, smoking is not allowed in the hotel rooms! There is, however, a large smoking section in the bar. We have a 48hr cancellation policy (AMS time). Late cancellations and no-shows shall be charged the equivalent of the first night's accommodation.
Your room will be held for two hours (AMS time) after your given arrival time; after this time we have the right to charge your first night's stay.
Please note that there's no elevator in the hotel! Only traditional steep Dutch stairs are available!
We have a 5% service charge if you pay by credit card.
A deposit is required for room keys and all kinds of borrowable items. The deposit will return to you once you return them back us. Earliest check-in is 1pm and latest check-out is 10am. The kitchen belongs to the bar on the ground floor, thus it is not open for public usage.
Any sorts of noisy activities are strictly forbidden in the hotel rooms. Please bring your party downstairs to the bar. Safety is our primary concern, so please expect tight security control at the hotel entrance. We apologise for any inconvenience in advance.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Clean comfy bed. Not quiet but I had no issue sleeping.
Security taken seriously. Locker size is ok.
No common room or kitchen. Just a dark bar which doesnt have a common room atmosphere to me. I parked a motorbike very close by no problems.
A great place to explore Amsterdam from.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Overpriced hotel and city in general. If you have to go to Amsterdam then try to avoid any central areas.
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